Regimentals

A sampling of original regimental histories in my collection.
The Internet Archive digitizes books from our history, including many Civil War regimental histories. Below are links to those histories and other important Civil War works. (Updated: Oct. 25, 2018 | Have an addition or correction? Email me.)

UNION

Connecticut: 2nd Heavy Artillery | 5th |  6th | 7th9th13th14th | 15th | 16th18th20th | 21st | 25th29th | 1st Heavy Artillery1st Light Battery


Delaware: 1st


Illinois: Battery A 1st Light Artillery | Co. A 2nd Cavalry | 4th Cavalry | 8th Cavalry | 9th Cavalry | 14th Cavalry | 17th Cavalry7th9th | 13th | 19th20th (Co. K) | 24th | 30th (Co. A) | 33rd | 34th |  36th | 40th | 45th | 46th 1 | 46th 2 | 47th | 50th | 52nd | 55th | 57th59th | 73rd | 77th | 84th | 85th86th92nd | 93rd | 95th | 96th102nd | 112th | 115th | 124th | 125th


Indiana: 7th Independent Light Artillery3rd Cavalry | 7th Cavalry | 6th | 10th | 17th27th |  31st | 33rd |  36th | 37th  | 38th39th | 42nd | 43rd | 44th |  46th | 50th51st | 52nd | 58th | 65th Co. E | 66th Diary | 67th68th70th | 72nd | 73rd | 74th75th | 79th81st82nd | 83rd85th | 86th | 88th | 97th99th | 100th 


Iowa: 1st Cavalry | 2nd Cavalry3rd | 7th | 12th | 22nd (Vol. 1) 22nd (Vol.2) | 33rd


Maine: 1st Heavy Artillery | 1st, 10th, 29th11th | 16th19th | 32nd


Massachusetts: Ind. Corps of Cadets1st Cavalry | 3rd Cavalry | 1st H.A. (14th Infantry)2nd Battery5th Battery | 10th Battery L.A.1st2nd | 3rd5th | 6th | 7th | 9th10th | 11th15th | 17th | 19th 1 | 19th 2 | 20th | 21st | 22nd23rd24th (Vol. 2) |  25th | 27th | 29th32nd33rd | 34th | 35th36th | 37th | 38th39th | 42nd | 43rd | 44th in N.C. | 44th (Letters) 45th | 48th49th | 50th52nd | 53rd | 54th | 55th57th | 58th 


Michigan: Custer's Cavalry Brigade Memoir | 2nd Cavalry7th Cavalry | 2nd Flags and Color Guard | 10th Cavalry | 4th | 9th  | 20th24th


Minnesota: 1st | 2nd | 2nd Drummer's Boy Diary | 4th
New York: Duryee's Brigade1st New York Dragoons (130th)5th | 6th Cavalry | 11th Cavalry | 9th Zouaves | 10th Zouaves | 10th Heavy Artillery33rd40th | 44th | 48th49th | 60th (Vol. 1) | 72nd | 79th | 108th120th121st | 125th126th | 159th 162nd | 184th


New Hampshire: 1st2nd 3rd5th | 6th | 7th | 8th |  9th | 11th12th | 13th14th15th (Vol. 1) | 15th Vol. 2 | | 16th | 17th18th | Surgeons


New Jersey: 1st Battery B Artillery | 1st Cavalry | 1st Brigade | 9th | 11th | 13th (Co. D)15th  


Ohio: 8th29th40th | 42nd73rd86th96th | 104th123rd | 124th


Pennsylvania: BucktailsDurrell's Battery | 15th Cavalry | 18th Cavalry11th | 23rd45th | 48th | 49th | 50th51st57th | 61st | 63rd72nd at Gettysburg | 77th78th | 83rd | 87th | 88th | 93rd95th97th | 101st103rd104th | 105th106th | 115th | 116th118th | 123rd124th | 125th | 126th | 127th | 138th140th (Co. K) | 141st | 148th | 155th187th | Philadelphia Brigade | Reserve Corps


Rhode Island: 1st1st (Co. F) | 1st Cavalry | 1st Cavalry at Middleburg | 1st Cavalry Memoir (a) | 1st Cavalry Memoir (b) | 1st Cav. & 3rd Heavy Art. Chaplain Memoir2nd | 4th7th | 9th and 10th and 10th Battery | 10th (High school boys and teachers)11th | 11th Memoir12th | 3rd Heavy Artillery14th Heavy Artillery


Tennessee: 1st Cavalry | 13th Cavalry 



Wisconsin: 6th


Vermont: Co. F 1st U.S. Sharpshooters | 8th | 10th | 


CONFEDERATE

Georgia: 42nd


Mississippi: 27th Co.K 


North Carolina: History of several regiments | 1st Diary6th | 14th Co. C | 27th Co. B | 53rd Diary | 58th


South Carolina: Charleston Light Dragoons | 1st Co. E Memoir4th | 4th Co. J at Manassas10th | 10th Co. A | 14th Co. K


Tennessee: 1st | 13th | 16th | 18th Memoir19th | 20th


Texas: 3rd Cavalry


Virginia: 1st | 17th | 








12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the great resource! Here are a few more from Pennsylvania:

    The 11th:
    https://archive.org/details/05740103.3131.emory.edu

    The 63rd:
    https://archive.org/details/01412228.3285.emory.edu

    The Bucktails:
    https://archive.org/details/cu31924026471023

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  2. Thank you for the post. I do notice that the 33rd Illinois takes one to the 33rd Iowa link.

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  3. Fantastic resources, John Banks. I am new to your blog and am enjoying it very much. Thank you very much!!! Skip Collinge

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  4. Thanks, Mr. Banks. Both interesting and useful!

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  5. Wonderful! Thanks very much for this. Here are a couple more New Hampshire regiments for you:
    HISTORY Eighth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers IXCLUDINQ ITS SERVICE INFANTRY, SECOND N, H, CAVALRY. AND VETERAN BATTALLION CI\'IL WAR OK 1861-1865, COVERING A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS, TEN MONTHS, AND NINETEEN DAYS.
    by JOHN M. STANYAN
    https://archive.org/details/HistoryOfThe8thRegimentOfNewHampshireVolunteers

    A history of the Eleventh New Hampshire Regiment, Volunteer Infantry in the rebellion war, 1861-1865 ..
    by Cogswell, Leander Winslow, 1825-
    https://archive.org/details/cu31924030907921

    Thirteenth regiment of New Hampshire volunteer infantry in the war of the rebellion, 1861-1865. A diary covering three years and a day
    by Thompson, S. Millet, 1838-
    https://archive.org/details/cu31924089930634

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    1. B. Ricardo: thanks very much -- these have been added. JBANKS

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  6. Here is the history of the 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry that I have been working on since 2001.
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/%7Eholder/120cover/120coverpage.html

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  7. Anything on the 24th Wisconsin volunteer infantry regiment? My GGG grandfather served with company K.

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  8. Mr Banks, I am looking for a confederate soldier by the name of Johnathan Thibeadoux, I have been a on a few sites and have had no luck, I have no relationship to him other than Just recently his name has popped up in conversation and dream twice in the past week, now I am looking for any information I can find on him. can you recommend a place to start?? Thank you for your time.

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  9. Hello, Unknown: You need to find out what regiment Johnathan was in. From there, you can find out much more. Start here: https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/soldiers-and-sailors-database.htm

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